The 2022 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award

The 2022 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award

We've been nationally recognized for our dedication to our customers, our community, and the Subaru Love Promise.

We're honored to receive the 2022 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award. This award nationally recognizes elite Subaru retailers who provide an exceptional customer experience at every interaction with Subaru. These retailers have also demonstrated an outstanding commitment to supporting passions and causes in their local communities in important areas such as the environment, community, health, education, and pets.


What is the Subaru Love Promise?

Subaru and our retailers believe in making the world a better place and the Subaru Love Promise is our vision of respecting all people. This is our commitment to show love and respect to our customers and to work to make a positive impact in the world.

How is Treasure Valley Subaru dedicated locally to the Love Promise?

Treasure Valley Subaru is committed to helping the community.

Idaho Humane Society, Guardian Paws


Sacajawea Elementary

Boise Rescue Mission, Salvation Army

Jayden Deluca Foundation

Did Treasure Valley Subaru go above and beyond, provide exceptional service, or support causes that are important to you? We'd love to hear about it.

Love Promise Stories from Treasure Valley Subaru

Subaru and Treasure Valley Subaru believe in making a positive impact on the communities in which we live and work. We uphold that belief through our Love Promise Community Commitment. Every month, we select inspiring stories from customers and partners from around our area who strive to support our collective commitment and feature them here

Alzheimer's Association - Tina C

Treasure Valley Subaru had the pleasure to team up with Alzheimer's association to help donate money we raised $2,843 the first night selling Footballs to throw at Big J in the field at a target. The Alzheimer's Association funds independent researchers worldwide through our International Research Grant Program. Currently, the Association is investing over $300M to more than 920 projects in 45 countries, on 6 continents. Our grants have funded some of the most instrumental research in Alzheimer's and dementia science. One of the most common signs of Alzheimer’s disease, especially in the early stage, is forgetting recently learned information. Others include forgetting important dates or events, asking for the same questions over and over, and increasingly needing to rely on memory aids (e.g., reminder notes or electronic devices) or family members for things they used to handle on their own. This is why Treasure Valley Subaru is so passionate about this association to help fight this disease. Our goal is to help the families and individuals suffering from Alzheimer's.

Alzheimer's Association
Alzheimer's Association

Cat Adoption - Leah C

Treasure Valley Subaru teamed up with the Idaho Humane Society (IHS) to support one of our most vulnerable populations: kittens! This event featured adoptable kittens but, more importantly, discussed the life-saving measures and the number of resources needed to save felines right here in Idaho. In addition, Treasure Valley Subaru asked that visitors bring in kitten and cat food to support the nonprofit's sheltering and feeding of felines. Last year, IHS adopted 3,309 cats and kittens and nurtured 1,765 special needs animals in foster care, most of which were kittens.

Idaho Humane Society
Cat Adoption

Flock For Cancer - Tina C

Treasure Valley Subaru did the walk for cancer to help the flock for cancer are very own Gm Rob Studebaker and his family went out to do the walk some other people from our team also joined him and his family.

Flock For Cancer

Subaru Loves The Earth - Tina C

Subaru Loves the Earth Celebration Day! We had the pleasure of picking up our beautiful earth around the Treasure Valley! There is nothing more refreshing than blue skies, Subarus, great company, the smiles of kiddos eager to help pick up our planet, our amazing ambassadors, and knowing we made a difference in nature today!

 Subaru Loves The Earth

Check Donation - Tina D

Today Guardian Paws Service Dogs was given a donation check from our Treasure Valley Subaru family. This is by far the most generous donation we have received to date. We were given a check for over $45,000! That is just about twice as much as the donation we received last year from the Treasure Valley Subaru in 2020. I am still in shock that a little program that my husband and I founded almost 7 years ago, received such an amazing gift from such an amazing crew. I know this donation wouldn’t be possible without the phenomenal sales team at TVS. Our sales team is the best and truly cares about Guardian Paws. The money donated to us this year will be used to continue our goal in the Treasure and Magic Valley’s to “Save Veterans One Dog At A Time”.

Check Donation

Microchip event - Kristine

What a terrific event; the Idaho Humane Society teamed up with Treasure Valley Subaru to help keep your furry friends safe! Treasure Valley Subaru generously donated 100 microchips to community members' pets on March 23rd. A microchip can mean a successful reunion if pets ever get separated from their loving owners! Veterinarians, rescues, and shelters can scan for a microchip to discover owner information such as name, addresses, and phone numbers. As a result, cats are twenty times more likely to reunite with their owners, and dogs are 2.5% more likely to get reunited. Thank you to Treasure Valley Subaru for providing this fantastic event!

Idaho Humane Society
Microchip event

Jayden Deluca Foundation {Ambulance} - Tina C

Did you know 40,000 babies are born every year with a congenital heart defect- making it the #1 birth defect in America. (source: CDC) This is why Treasure Valley Subaru is very passionate to help this foundation to try to catch it in the beginning and save every child they can. The Jayden Deluca Foundation was established in 2008 with the goal of helping children and their families fight cardiac diseases and offer support and encouragement to all those affected by pediatric heart conditions. our very own Rob Studebaker the Gm at Treasure Valley Subaru is on the Community Board. There needs to be more research and time devoted to helping those who face this problem. Their Mission is the Jayden DeLuca Foundation helps children and families fight cardiac diseases by offering support and encouragement to all those affected by pediatric heart conditions. Learn about Jayden DeLuca

Jayden Deluca Foundation
Jayden Deluca Foundation {Ambulance}

Edison - Tami

We adopted Edison 2 years ago about a year after the tragic loss of our other tuxedo kitty. He’s been the best security for me and my daughter! We almost lost him 2 weeks ago when I came home from work and he was moaning and trying to hide I called everywhere to get him in to avoid ER cost but it was too late in the evening. Ada Veterinary hospital was kind enough to check him for a bladder obstruction free of charge they did that and sent us directly to West Ada Veterinary Hospital as it was the only thing open 24 hours we were told the obstruction could burst and he would die my daughter was beside herself so we rushed him there they assessed him assured us it was just a blockage the catheter him and he should be good to go home the next day that wasn’t the case they continued to catheter him every day remove it but he could not go to the bathroom this hospital would’ve continued to do it over and over and over had I not insisted on taking him to the Idaho Humane Society within two hours of him being at the Humane Society he was diagnosed with a bladder stone which was causing the blockage for him to go to the bathroom we were elated to find out that this was a very easy procedure that would be done the next day had he had not been prodded with a catheter for five days at west vet he could’ve probably come home in a couple of days but because they did that his urethra was scar tissue damage and needed time to heal.. My final bill at West vet was $4000!!! $4000 who can afford that and I would continue to tell them every day I could not afford him being here but they gave me no alternative! How can a hospital full of veterinarians not spot a stone as quickly as Idaho Humane Society is beyond me! I know hindsight is 2020 but I should’ve pulled him out after two days at West vet and taking him directly to the Humane Society I will always regret that Our stress levels are through the roof both mentally physically and financially! Thanks to Dr. Stroap, Dr Brownlee All the clinicians At the Idaho Humane Society for saving our baby, We are so happy to have him home! Thank you To all who helped financially I’m not sure what We would do without you! Tami and Ryian Thompson


Guardian Paws training - Tina D

Having PTSD can be extremely isolating, so having a place where our veterans feel safe and relaxed is critical while training their service dog. We, Guardian paws Service Dog Family, will never be able to put into words what Treasure Valley Subaru has done for the Veterans of Idaho. We will continue to pay forward their kindness and generosity. Guardian Paws mission is to advocate and educate for a Veteran's right to use a service dog to regain independence.

Guardian Paws Service Dogs
Guardian Paws training

Valentine's Day Love from Subaru! - Kendall S

The Idaho Humane Society helps over 10,000 animals each year by providing lifesaving services. With the help of Treasure Valley Subaru through our fundraising campaigns we are able to help even more animals with their support! Our Valentine's Party in a Box was proudly sponsored by Treasure Valley Subaru to raise money for animals in need. We had a very successful campaign thanks to their support!

Valentine's Day Love from Subaru!